Must Have Travel Apps for Solo Travelers

Must Have Travel Apps for Solo Travelers

Solo travelling has its own fun and there are millions of reasons to put it on the top of your wish list. It is really exciting to see how it feels to go crazy all alone. Solo travelling is not only magnificently liberating but also allows you to be incredibly self-dependent. On a solo trip, you explore and reinvent, and it’s the best way to pamper yourself too. If you are travelling alone, you can prefer a quintessential rail ride or take the highway route to experience the countryside folklife during your journey. To make your journey just perfect, rely on technology and use the following platforms to have a seamless travel experience:

  1. Google Maps:

Google Maps is a must-have app on any smartphone, whether it’s an iPhone or Android device. It acts as a saviour when it comes to commuting as it is one of the best reliable sources of navigation. We often face low internet connectivity in many of the places and leave us in the middle of nowhere. But now we have the offline maps feature powered by Google. The feature enables one to download maps of the area and can be used whiL.

  1. Google Translator:

When you are travelling alone in local areas where you encounter language problems this app is very much useful. Just type or speak in your language and you will receive your result. It is available on both android and ios and also, it supports 100 languages at various levels. This app is also available for Google Assistant including the devices in which Google assistant is working.

This app will break the language barrier and the world will be more accessible.

  1. iGoSafely:

With surging crime rates it is necessary to take care of your safety on the road. This app is a saviour when you are in danger as it acts as a personal security alarm application. It continuously messages every minute unless the alarm is turned off using the secret code. Apart from this, the app also sends a thirty-second audio which is captured by the phone audio system.

  1. GoldSeat:

GoldSeat is a licensed on-the-go offline entertainment application for travel services across Air, Bus and Railway Network in India. The app runs seamlessly without any data cost and even without connectivity. The app functions through the installation of a device in the buses and provides free Wi-Fi for the traveller. The application is completely free for the passengers and the brand has tied up with, Phantom Films and Reliance as its vested partners and stakeholders, for content licensing.

  1. Ola:

These days’ people prefer cabs rather than driving on their own. But this required good internet connectivity. But here is a solution, Ola Offline’, works when the user has no connectivity or the internet connection is very poor. This can be done with the option Book via SMS. One can book their cabs via SMS if there is no internet connectivity.

 

 

 

 

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